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Daylight Saving Time Crawls Back Into the Shadows on Sunday

Our twice-yearly national ritual of changing clocks occurs at 2 a.m. this Sunday as the official national time shifts from daylight saving time back to standard time, except for those places that stay on standard time year round, namely Arizona and Hawaii.

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Thursday Webinar: Policy Options to Achieve State Solar Goals

Solar energy has experienced explosive growth in recent years.

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Technology is Revolutionizing the Energy Sector, but Policy is Needed

Technology and distributed energy resources are revolutionizing our relationship to energy. This emerging theme was echoed by two energy industry experts during a session at NCSL’s Legislative Summit.

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Building the 21st Century Electric Grid

Electricity hasn’t changed, but the way we get it sure has.

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Category: NCSL, Energy
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Watch Out. The Renewable Tsunami Is Coming

Renewable energy is sweeping across the U.S. – and the world—because of the relentless march of market forces.

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Test Drive Next Generation Zero-Emission Vehicles at Legislative Summit

Attendees at NCSL's Legislative Summit in Boston will have the opportunity to slip behind the wheel of a pair of ZEVs during a demonstration on Sunday, the Summit's opening day.

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Recapping the Natural Resources/Infrastructure Committee's Webinar Series

Issues ranging from Real ID to food waste, pipelines, energy markets, water resource planning and more were topics of NCSL’s Natural Resources and Infrastructure Committee's annual Spring Webinar Series.

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Renewable Energy Can Be Key to Tribal Energy Development

Renewable energy can be a key to energy and economic independence for tribes, Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) told a session of the National Tribal Energy Summit in Washington, D.C.

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Senator: Tribes Need Government to Get Out of the Way

Tribes have a litany of energy-development success stories and need the government to get out of the way so they can produce more.

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Interior Secretary Pledges Advocacy for Tribes

Tribal sovereignty should mean something, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said today at a session at the National Tribal Energy Summit today in Washington, D.C.

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